When it comes to weight loss, the results are different for everyone, which is completely normal. For instance, when you exercise, there are various factors that contribute to weight loss.
Why Calorie-Burning Is Unique To Each Person
- Body weight and height: The more you weigh the more calories you burn.
- Muscle content: When the muscles are bigger, you burn more calories as you exercise more intensely.
- Gender: Men have more body weight and larger muscles, so they burn more calories.
- Age: Aging causes the muscles to shrink, as it causes muscle degeneration.
- Effort: Personal effort is critical for weight loss. If you slow down and reduce your effort, you burn fewer calories.
- Experience with particular workout: Doing a variety of exercises is the key to burning more calories.
- Fitness level: If you are trained, you exercise more intensely and burn more calories. If you are not trained, you will have to try harder.
- Workout length & intensity: Longer and more intense workouts burn more calories compared to shorter and more relaxed ones.
- Workout Type: High-intensity interval training, cardio, weight lifting, and circuit training are the types of training that burn the most calories.
1000 Calorie Workout
This routine consists of six parts. You start will cardio for a warm up, then move to a two-part high-intensity interval training, and continue to ab, oblique, and lower back exercises. You will have burned about 1,000 calories when you are done, depending on your age and body type.
Cardio – 30 seconds each
- High Knee Pulls
- Side Step Pulls
- Crossover Toe Touch
- Toe Touch Swing
- Other Side
- Alternating Lunges
- Boxer Shuffle
- Butt Kickers
- Switchfoot Jumps
- Jumping Jacks
High-intensity interval training routine part 1 – 20 seconds each exercise, twice each group of exercises
- 1 3 Squat Jack Jumps |2 Plank Jack Knee (1 plank jack 1 knee, alt)
- 1 3,2,1 Jumping Lunge |2 Burpees
- 1 Sumo/Ski Jump Squats |2 Toe Touch Getups
- 1 Side Squat Pops |2 Surfer Burpee
- Water Break
High-intensity interval training routine part 2 – 20 seconds each exercise, twice each group of exercises
- 1 High Knee Drops |2 Tricep Dip Kicks
- 1 Jump Squat + Front Kicks |2 Stutter Jacks
- 1 Superhero Push Ups |2 Star Jumps
- 1 Up & Out Jacks |2 Pop Squats
Abs, obliques, and lower back workout – 50 seconds each
- Single Jackknife Crunch
- Bicycle Crunches
- Heel Taps
- Russian Twist
- Back Bow Pulls
- Plank Steps
- Toe Touch Pulses
- Side Hip Raises
- Other Side
Total body strength workout (weight lifting) – 10 repetitions for each exercise, twice each group of exercises
- Squat + Overhead Press
- Pullover Bridge Kicks
- Deadlift Fly
- Chest Press Leg Drops
- Lunge + Curl
- Ski Squat Row + Triceps
- Calf Raise + Ventral Raises
- Side Lunge + Lateral Raises
Cool down and stretch
Move the arms and legs to lower the heart rate, and then start doing stretches.